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Your data deserves protection. The UIC license for Symantec Encryption Desktop provides easy to use and secure encryption to protect sensitive data on your laptop or desktop computers. Laptops are easily lost, and even desktop computers can be stolen. Symantec Encryption Desktop also includes a secure shredder, to really delete files you want to delete. A major motivation for using Symantec Encryption Desktop is to fulfill HIPAA requirements.
Key features and requirements of the Technology Solutions West Campus Data Center are listed below.
Clients are responsible for adhering to the following Administrative Guidelines while utilizing the Technology Solutions Data Center.
This article details the various operating systems available to download the IBM Spectrum Protect client for use with the ADSM backup service.
The University of Illinois has provided an easy to use tool that uses a email notifications along with a Web site that allows you to securely send files to that anyone with a University of Illinois Enterprise ID and password. That is everyone at any campus of the University, these days -- faculty and staff must have them for Positive Time Reporting and other administrative tasks and students use them for registration. The tool is called PEAR, Protected E-Mail Attachment Repository Application.
This article details common issues associated with encryption.
All faculty and staff automatically have a Crashplan account created for them 24 hours after their UIC account has been created. To begin using Crashplan, simply install the client on your machine and your files should automatically begin backing up.

NOTE: Crashplan is free to use for all faculty and staff.
Individuals in a covered component of the University of Illinois Covered Entity may access the HIPAA compliant "UIC PHI" Zoom portal, capable of creating secure meetings for discussing PHI and providing telehealth services.
The University of Illinois uses a 2-Factor authentication (2FA) service provided by Duo Security, an industry leader in cyber security services. This will help secure your account and the University's sensitive data. The University of Illinois is committed to securing its institutional data and the personal information of everyone at the University.
Step by Step guide on how to set your default device and automatic authentication method.
The authentication methods and devices available for 2-factor authentication (2FA).
This article details how to troubleshoot problems with CrashPlan.
Step by Step guide on 2FA (2-factor authentication) self-enrollment.
We recommend you use a smartphone as your primary 2nd factor device. The Duo Mobile app allows you to approve your connections at any time with just a swipe and a click on your smartphone. If you are setting up Duo for the first time, we recommend installing the Duo Mobile app on your mobile device first.